ANNIE MAE JUMPS THE BROOM
Desktop Publishers has just released Diane Williams' new book. Yes! Annie Mae Jumps the Broom (ISBN 1-892455-03-X) is available for purchase locally at Family Christian Bookstore and Books-a-Million and will be available in other bookstores very soon or order by mail for only $17.95 plus $1.50 S&H (MS residents - add 7% sales tax). It is an intermediate children's color/picture book that is appropriate for all ages. "Annie Mae Jumps the Broom" tells a story that helps us understand that the slave communities had values and they believed in tradition. Jumping the broom became popular during a time when husbands were being separated from their wives and children from their families. The story is a celebration of love, life and family tradition. It is guaranteed to put a smile on your face.
MISSISSIPPI STORYTELLING - A HEAP OF COMFORT
RABBITS RACCOONS, FROGS and more...
Two new audiocassettes have just been released! Diane Williams has traveled throughout the state of Mississippi gathering words from the fragments of memories, from the sounds on cool running waters, and from the whispers heard on the wind. The stories that are told on these audiocassette tapes will certainly offer a heap of comfort to your family and friends listening pleasure.
Mississippi Storytelling - A Heap of Comfort consists of stories that capture a glimpse of Mississippi live. This tape is more appropriate for children 10 years through adults. It is only $10.
The audiocassette Rabbits, Raccoons, Frogs and more...is a cassette full of folktales for children of all ages. It is only $5. Add $1.50 shipping and handling for each item. The tax has already been included in the price of the tapes.
If you order both the book and Mississippi Storytelling, the price of the tape is only $5.00 plus shipping and handling.
You can purchase these two audiocassettes at the following stores:
Or you can order the book or audiocassette tapes by mail, send check or money order along with your name, address and telephone number to the address below or inquire to email address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
PO Box 825
Madison, MS 39130
FAX: (601) 856-8789
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